Amber Caron
@ambercaron

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Daylight savings time

Posted by @ambercaron, Tue, Nov 7 3:42pm

Anyone else out there enjoying the wonderful wake ups after “falling back”….my kids are waking up at 4:30 am. Any tips on transitioning them to a normal schedule?

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Kristina Welhaven
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Posted by @kristinamwe, Tue, Nov 7 3:52pm

I haven’t had that specific problem, but generally speaking, a “time to wake” alarm clock has been helpful. It lights up a certain way when it’s an appropriate time for them to actually get up. So we taught our daughter – don’t come out of your room until the clock shows it’s wake up time. If she wakes up earlier she knows the light isn’t on so it’s still sleep time. They are on Amazon and a little spendy but so worth it!

Amber Caron
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Posted by @ambercaron, Tue, Nov 7 4:00pm

@kristinamwe Thanks for the idea. I think that would work well for my 5 year old.

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